How Much is Jimmie Walker Net Worth and Income Net Worth

Jimmie Walker Net Worth and Income

Jimmie Walker Net Worth : $ 1.5 million

Do you know who Jimmie Walker is? Jimmie Walker is an actor. But he is better known as comedian. His real name is James Carter Walker Jr. If you were born in 1960s or below, then you might ever see him in “Good Times” (1974-1979), a CBS TV series. Jimmie Walker net worth so far could reach more or less 1.5 million dollars.

He was born in June 1947.  he began his career as stand up comedian in 1969. His talent was discovered by Director of Good Times. Since then, Jimmie found himself in a TV series, “Good Time”. He took a role as James Evans. And amazingly,  He was nominated for Golden Globe awards Best Supporting Actor In A Television Series in 1975 and 1976. The show ran well till 1979.

His great appearance in Good Times had brought him to popularity.  Jimmie’s popular phrase is still known by the current people, “dyn-o-mite!”.

As an actor, Jimmie had also appeared in several movies including “Let’s Do It Again” and “The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened”, along with numerous television shows, including “The Tonight Show”, “Love Boat”, and “Fantasy Island”. For several times, he appeared on TV as a special guest. While in 2016, Jimmie appeared in a movie “The comedian”. There was Robert De Niro as the main character.

The Source of Jimmie Walker Net Worth

Most of Jimmie Walker income was from his career as a comedian and actors. His appearance in some movies give him much money. Especially for his role in Good Times. Jimmie’s income raised significantly as he also get nomination as best supporting actor. So far, Jimmie Walker net worth is around 1.5 million dollars. Currently, some media reported that he still continues toentertain many people and his fans by going on tour, He still performs stand-up humor around the US. Even though he has been more than 70, Jimmie is still active. He looked enjoying his career so much.

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